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central eastern portions of south carolina by about 8:00 p.m. this evening making it's way into the eastern portions of our state overnight tonight into the early morning hours of our day on saturday. will tell track has certainly sped up a bit. righw out the teat 8:00 a.m. tomorrow rn could still have winds at 50 miles per hour right now. weak btime it hits the nek. cal lowsunday io ome that means it loses a of it's tropil characteristics. look at picture from university looking towards downtownraleigh. certainly noprettyday by any stretch f the imagination. that rn continuing to push through south carolina thrgh our area as well.
acally s ourad. that rain steadily through coun as well pos oyell so omtime to time rain ll pickup a bit. here in raleigh lit steady continuing to move north ward. wake forest seeing ghrain. lewis burg on the dry side. the i flash flood watch through saturday morning 2 to-inches rand tt will inecnearly our entire yourhere anywhere. our afternoon high back to 76 still wet and the winds picking uthere. the rain continuroh 9:00 p.m. as we drback to 72 we'll have more on how much
foca. we have bill ray in house as well to break down details. >> tropical storhermine is make its the storm so far. >> briing heavy rain and powerfuland thcaliprepar for flooding and tornadoes. nneth crais from south >> w splasthe bulk head while shopkeepers sand bag storm ros aof tropal storm hermine. it madear the florida panhandle a category one hurricane the first in more than a dedein florida. flooded streets and downed trees knocked out power to 100,000 residents. >> we will spend the coming days assessing the damage and
communities and florida fami. >> hermine is bringing heavy rain and 60 miles per hour winds to georgia and outh carolina. >> we are taking the storm very risl >> charleston mayor n reed residents that it is still a threat. >> we expecting serih-?p winds, seriousaialthat can lead to flash flooding. >> here along charleston's water front hermine a spectacle than a threat at least for now. >> we are enjoying gettg out right now and not really prepping or anything i guess. >> i love it. >> you love it? >> i absolutely adore it. >> benjamin has lived herell of his life taking this storm in stride. >> i'm afraid it's going to veer and go inward. that's what it usually does. >> hermine is expected to stall off the coast of new jersey for labor day weekend.
charleston south carolina. >> governor mccrory has declared a state of emergency as tropical storm hermine is expected to bring heavy rain along the coast. >>the governor and state emergency management officials discuss the state's current plan. emma wright is live in raleigh with more. emma? >> well the governor says right now the plan is to be over
cumberland county. what are the preps looking like as that area braces for the storm today? >> yeah stefan nothing too crazy as of right now. if you look behind me you'll see a reference point wind picking up a little bit but relatilyame. we dijupethe mayor eyon the storm expecting from fourx incheof rain in winds as thers wi visoryfor cumberland county as well as surroundi unti as well. officials recommend you tie down patio furtu o anythihat cod blowaway wind. there's also flood pre areas to avoid driving in or just be careful if you have to go out and drive. he also says downed branches and trees are a concern as well. >> it's going to be an extremely soggy storm.
not only dead anches falling but watch for the trees themselves once the ground gets soggy and weget typof wind tse trees cld >> and erland cou schools have also announced they are releasing students two hours early today. developingtoryn llow this yetteville and continue the la reporting live in fayetteville da caroli. >> david brings up a goodpoint with ear dismissals of school we have a full st on cbs north carolina. and a.j >> we've been checking in lo un rning. it loodifere than last time we sau. >> a little bit. i don't know russ it's kind of a beautiful day if you ask me. it's half glass full half glass
being said it's labor day weekend a this rain is not enough to of the tir rentals of ouhome it wasnot perfect bea beach. but that was not enough to kee people away. >> i wanteto see the waves before it really started pouring. >> jeanie wa t person on the beach and people at the pr were open and ready to bring them in. >> they usually come. the reservn has been made so the wther is not a rrt. they've got ofthweattract the ns of thnds of extra tourists in town out to sight se fisher man dwayne anthony is ready for what the weekend will bring. >> i usually buy my groceries
the storm. >> yeah for the crowd, yeah. >> he lives half of the year on the coast and the other half on the western part of the state. he says with his time wiing down on the beach iday'seather was not enough to keehim off of the pier. >> i ain't worried about it. [laughter] >> we talked to a lot of fun people making the best out of this weather and fiing y to enjoy it the weather is expected to uehr re of e da ere are a ot ofbusinesses around town that are ing he to e possibilies of dangerous weather. weatne siness elier in the day closing hours earlier than usual so employees can get home. schools e cling earlhere in brunswick county as well. wepoke to emergency management yesterday and they said theare going to be out
being careful. their main concet's raining a lot and flooding in this ghou the evening. reporting live cbs north carolina. >> a.j. thanks and you say fe out there as we my frnd. cbs north carolina dan basicfasecd fo on howhings are looking in hilton head, >> tropical storm hermine the center remainsin georgia but through the coast it's going to me northet up the coast. whatoe a loof gds sustaed gusts for ma in the 30s but as that center of circulation and bands of storms around it move ts cld or higher the storm has been gradually weakening so we are going losehe ed on .
gradually pusho the nortast and as the system moves into h carolina it's going to bring the wind and raianern rt we go through ight tonight to saturd. so theood ne is th least for the south carona coast all of is is out of here just in time for holiday weekend. reporting from hilt head, south carolina meteorologist download our cbs north carolina ather keepou updated all time even if thpowe go o. >> thanks russ. investigators areworking to find out who is responsible for shooting aan critical bustable condition. onas been named at this time but if you know anything about the shooting contact police.
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y aneventually into north carolina. all of the rain spreading across the area ahead of it. so let's go eaand take a oser lk at locaarea. green means light rain. thatood ne. jgot off cah the na and to sorbthe rain at the rate it's coming. if res pick up that'e taut t conditir flash floodi. want to incloser look at the leigh a and pockets of yellow an car of rain--anndicators of rafall rates towards rdu. rain continuing to move north ward across the sorn portions of durham county, chapel hill light rain at this point in time continuing to creep north ward. if you a along the virginia border you are expected to see
start to see steady rain. here's another look at that flash flood watch in effect through tomorrow morning. two to six inches of rain possible in some of these areas shaded in green south and east of the triangle. walking you through the hour by hour forecast at 78 for an noon high significantly cooler than where we were yesterday. those rain showers are going to continueheavy at times. 76 at 6:00, 72 at 9 eventually back rain chances tapering off slightly for tomorrow morning. some of you will wake up to dryer conditions tomorrow morning. as far as the timing is concerned here we are at 2:00 heaviest rain south of raleigh as we head into this afternoon into the evening drive home oranges and reds continfo the sand hills and that's why i'm thinking the hit rainfall totals will develop for us. as we head into the overnight hours 1:00 a.m. on saturday starting to shift
and east by 8:30 tomorrow rning. lchime i do believe the majority of the area wi be dry and the clouds hang around for the majority of the day. there is the threat for severe weather along the coast where we see a shade of yelw a slight risk for severe weather. isolated tornadoes damaging wind gusts as well anunder atropowarning. for more on that send it over to bill. >> good afternoon everybody. tropical storm warnings are still in effect up the coast carolina up into southeast virginia. inland where we are there is that wind advisory in effect starting friday at 2 until saturday morning basically i-95 corridor towards the southeast could see so gusts up to 35 to 45 miles per hour. the tropical wind forecast from the national hurricane center maybe strong wind gusts in here by late this afternoon in the sandhilland the heart of the
nighttime tonight around midnight or so but all of the potential for strongwidsoua. ery tomorrow morningand everything clears out as it s t sea away from h . so the wind gust recaston one of our in house computer models quite inter miight tonight 30 miles per hour wind gusts and breezy up to torair conditioning thingsgress and ear and the wind gusts will die down. the radar is picking up that rain but the interesting thing is the amount of shore of wilmington 5.7-inches in parts of south carolina average accumulation of four inches of rain and hasn't been much rain to the north as alyssa was mentioning. we'll leave you with the latest on the rainfall amounts because that seems to be the key. we will see rainfall amounts upwards of five to six inches i- 95 southeast with a sharp fall f to the north. here's alyssa. >> thanks for that information
78 in raleigh 79 in fayetteville. overnight tonight the rain and wind continue. expect low arou 66. ahd. it isthe holiday weend chance for morning showers torrow. still stayud w head towards sunday and monday the nicer weather returns. your lab day forecast wall to wall suns i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. he wears it like a crown. "make america great again". but trump made his shirts in bangladesh. his ties in china. in fact, the real donald trump outsourced his products and jobs to 12 different countries. so don't believe the hat. you can't make ameca great again, if you n't make things
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